'Nixon at the Movies': A President's Film Fanaticism NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks with Mark Feeney, author of the new book Nixon at the Movies, about the film-viewing habits of President Richard Nixon. The late president watched over 500 films during the five years he was in office — a habit that accelerated during the Watergate scandal.

'Nixon at the Movies': A President's Film Fanaticism

'Nixon at the Movies': A President's Film Fanaticism

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NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks with Mark Feeney, author of the new book Nixon at the Movies, about the film-viewing habits of President Richard Nixon. The late president watched over 500 films during the five years he was in office — a habit that accelerated during the Watergate scandal.

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